, Tlie following cases have been disposed i of since our last report, up to Thursday noon : The people vg. J. Fred Oraf, assault and battery. Plea of not gullty withdrawn and plea oí gullty entered. Reaben Kempf vg. James Rellly. Judgment for plalDtlff 407.49, and costa to defeudant. The People vg. Qeorge Ardner. Complalnt for keeping saloon open on ChrUtman day Jury returned a verdict of not gullty. Ighl KeUey v. Mlllens A Gott. Plalntlfr beIng dead, Geo. Coe, admlnlstrater, was admltted to prosecute. Amanda L. Brlggti vg. Augustas Bond. Judgment for plalntlíf, by consent, #430, wllhout costs. Horace Brewervs. David Meyer and Abraham Meyer. Judgment for plalntlíf. on default, 1171.21. The People vg. Wm. Keatlng. Information for burglary. Jury returned a verdict of gullty. Sintenced Thureday mornlng to three yearg at hard labor, at Jackson. A feeling plea for inerey from Capt. Alien probahly liad some effect In gecurlng so Ught a sentence. Mary Murrlnane vg. Wm. and Eugene Mclntee. On trial.